Three new Associate Editors join the BJPS

We are delighted to announce the addition of three new Associate Editors: Cameron Buckner (University of Houston), Elizabeth Irvine (Cardiff University), and Juha Saatsi (University of Leeds).

Juha joined the team in the latter half of last year. His work centres on scientific realism and scientific explanations, and their intersection, especially in relation to history and philosophy of physics. Models and representation, and philosophical naturalism, are among his interests, as well as the metaphysics of science. He has previously served on the committee of the British Society for the Philosophy of Science.

Cameron and Elizabeth are brand new to the team, and their addition was prompted by the departure of Dan Weiskopf—long-standing BJPS Associate Editor who will be much missed!—as well as by the increasing number of papers we are receiving in their areas of expertise.

Cameron works in the philosophy of cognitive science, and focuses in particular on the issues concerning AI and learning. He has a background in computer science and a continued interest in the history of psychology and computer science.


Elizabeth also works on topics in the philosophy of cognitive science. Her research focuses on methodological questions in human and nonhuman consciousness science. She also has interests in the philosophy of linguistics. Elizabeth won a BSPS Doctoral Scholarship in 2008 and was co-winner of the BJPS Popper Prize in 2016.